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4 Best Ways to Find Serial Key of Any Software

Well, if you have ever used premium software, then you might know that serial keys or key codes are mostly required during the installation. Sometimes, the Serial key might be required after using a program for a certain period of time. However, what if you don't have a serial key, but you sill need to install the program again? Yes, you can always choose to buy a premium key, but what if I tell you that you can get serial keys of premium software for free? It's possible to grab the premium key of any software for free. However, there's no sure shot method or site to obtain the serial keys. You need to do some research on your own to figure out a solution for yourself. Best Ways To Find Serial Key Of Any Software In this article, we have decided to share three different ways to find serial key of any software. These methods would help you to find the serial key of any software from the internet. So, let's check out the best ways to find serial key of any software in 202

These Tecno Phones are Pre-Installed with Malware that Steals Your Money

If you are using any of these cheap Tecno Phones, you might be at risk of a malware that steals money from you. According to security firm at Buzz Feed, Low-cost Tecno smartphones like W2 shipped to countries around the world are infected with malware meant to steal money from customers. The Triada and xHelper software would quietly download apps and subscribes you to paid services. This caused unexpected bills and data overages for buyers who were already some of the most disadvantaged in the world. Not just that but they also create unnecessary pop-ups and gives you a headache expected from this type of malware. Mxolosi, a 41yr old unemployed man based in South Africa, a Samsung Fan who decided to try the Tecno W2 because of its cheap price roughly at $30 has expressed his dissatisfaction. Became frustrated with his Tecno W2. Pop-up ads interrupted his calls and chats. He'd wake up to find his prepaid data mysteriously used up and messages about paid subscriptions to apps he'

“CLOP” The New Virus, Windows Users Be Careful About It

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team(CERT-IN) warns Windows users about the new Virus called CLOP. A CLOP is the latest ransomware which is targeting businesses and organisations around the world. Before CLOP virus, macOC users were alerted about the new ThiefQuest virus. If you download apps or Softwares from unofficial sites, then it might be expensive for you later. According to the CERT-In,  "CLOP is distributed via fake software updates, trojans, cracks, unofficial software download sources, and spam emails. In the recent attack on an Indian conglomerate, it is suspected that the bug (CVE-2019-19781) in the Citrix Netscaler ADC VPN gateway was used to carry out the attack. Unfortunately, as of now no decryptor tool is available for CLOP ransomware." Once, your PC is infected with CLOP virus, and it will leak the information if the agreement deal of the ransom fails. CERT-In said,  "Recently the threat actors behind Clop have stolen and encrypted the sensitive

OPPO A72 5G with Dimensity 720, 8GB RAM

OPPO has launched a new device A72 5G, a mid range 5G device with dimensity 720. Oppo A72 5G features a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD 90Hz 2.8D display with 8-megapixel punch-hole camera and 90.5% screen-to-body ratio. It is powered by Mediatek Dimensity 720 with support for 5G. It comes with 8GB of RAM + 128GB onboard storage, runs Android 10 with ColorOS 7.2 out of the box. At the back, we have a triple rear cameras of 16MP + 8MP ultra-wide sensor, 2MP mono sensor. It has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner that can unlock the phone in 0.28 seconds and packs a 4040mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging via USB Type-C. Key Specifications of OPPO A72 5G Display: 6.5-inch (2400×1080 pixels) FHD+ 90Hz LCD screen Chipset: Octa Core MediaTek Dimensity 720 7nm processor (Dual 2GHz Cortex-A76 + Hexa 2GHz Cortex-A55 CPUs) with Mali-G57 MC3 GPU Storage: 8GB RAM, 128GB (UFS 2.1) storage SIM: Dual SIM Operating System: ColorOS 7.2 based on Android 10 Cameras: 16MP rear camera, PDAF, LED flash, 8MP 11

How to Know Which Apps are Using Trackers To Track You on Android

Starting from iOS 14, Apple will be displaying privacy information of each app available on the Apple App Store. iOS 14 offers the much-needed privacy notices in easily understandable language. With iOS 14's new privacy feature, you can easily find out what data the app uses to track you, or what data the app will have access to. So, Apple has introduced a much-needed privacy feature. However, Android doesn't have this feature natively, but Android users can install an app known as 'Exodus' to review all installed apps. The Exodus app for Android displays all the trackers that the app is using to track you. Not only that, but Exodus also helps you to find out all kinds of permissions that the app has been granted by default. So, Exodus is an app that helps you to know which trackers and permissions are embedded in apps installed on your device. How to Know Which Apps are Using Trackers To Track You Step 1. First of all, download & install  Exodus  on your Android sm

The Best Ways to Secure your Devices in 2020 | Sponsored

Image from Computers were probably the only source of cyber risk in the past. As such, antivirus software was a solid solution for protecting yourself online. However, today's cybercriminals are coming after you in several other ways. Viruses and other forms of malware have become more advanced, not to mention, there are more smart devices than ever before that cybercriminals can exploit. It's more important than ever to continue learning about the latest online attacks and how to protect yourself against them. To get you started, here are the 3 major cyber risks facing the public in 2020: Phishing/Social Engineering Attacks This is an email-borne attack where cybercriminals attempt to gain personal or sensitive data by posing as a trustworthy contact. This attack usually comes as a fraudulent email, text, or website to trick you (the recipient) into disclosing personal/confidential information or even downloading malware by clicking on a hyperlink. The Internet of